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SECTION: SCHEDULE: PROFESSOR: 213 Morning Sir Seril Ex: 221

1. FINAC1 lessons  Framework of Accounting  Financial Statements  Cash and Cash Equivalents  Bank Reconciliation  Proof of Cash  Accounts Receivable  Notes Receivable  Loan Receivable  Receivable Financing  Inventories  Inventory Valuation  Biological Assets  Inventory Estimation  Financial Assets at Fair Value  Investment in Equity Securities  Investment in Associate  Financial Assets at Amortized Cost  Property, Plant and Equipment  Government Grant  Borrowing Cost  Land, Building and Machinery  Depreciation  Depletion  Revaluation  Impairment of Assets

AVERAGE 3.0000 3.3000 3.6000 3.6000 3.5000 3.5000 3.5000 3.4000 3.5000 3.5000 3.6000 3.7000 3.5000 3.5000 3.1000 3.4000 3.4000 3.6000 3.2000 3.3000 3.6000 3.6000 3.4000 3.4000 3.3000

2. Methods of professor's teaching  Uses other books/references  Uses multimedia for discussion (projector, computer)  Recaps lessons before going to another lesson  Conducts pre-quiz (quiz before discussion)  Promotes active recitation  Gives seatwork/assignment  Challenges students to think "outside of the box"  Discusses lesson in a simple yet understandable manner  Discussion is up to date to latest accounting standards, principles and methods

AVERAGE 3.7000 4.0000 3.6000 3.1000 3.4000 3.8000 3.8000 3.5000 3.6000

Neutral 4 . and VALUE fields only.Strongly Disagree 2 . Building and Machinery Depreciation Depletion Revaluation Impairment of Assets VALUE 2 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 4 4 5 4 3 3 4 3 4 2 4 4 5 4 3 3 PATTERN                          2.Disagree 3 . AGE. GENDER: AGE: 1 .                          FINAC1 lessons Framework of Accounting Financial Statements Cash and Cash Equivalents Bank Reconciliation Proof of Cash Accounts Receivable Notes Receivable Loan Receivable Receivable Financing Inventories Inventory Valuation Biological Assets Inventory Estimation Financial Assets at Fair Value Investment in Equity Securities Investment in Associate Financial Assets at Amortized Cost Property.Agree 5 .          F 18 Ex: M or F .Strongly Agree 1. Plant and Equipment Government Grant Borrowing Cost Land.NOTE: Please fill up GENDER.

computer) Recaps lessons before going to another  4 lesson Conducts pre-quiz (quiz before  2 discussion) Promotes active recitation  3 Gives seatwork/assignment  3 Challenges students to think "outside of  3 the box" Discusses lesson in a simple yet  2 understandable manner  Discussion is up to date to latest 3 accounting standards.Methods of professor's teaching VALUE PATTERN Uses other books/references  2 Uses multimedia for discussion  4 (projector. principles and methods .

         F 17 Ex: M or F .Neutral 4 .Disagree 3 .Agree 5 . AGE. and VALUE fields only. GENDER: AGE: 1 .Strongly Disagree 2 .Strongly Agree 1.NOTE: Please fill up GENDER. Plant and Equipment Government Grant Borrowing Cost Land. Building and Machinery Depreciation Depletion Revaluation Impairment of Assets VALUE 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 PATTERN                          2.                          FINAC1 lessons Framework of Accounting Financial Statements Cash and Cash Equivalents Bank Reconciliation Proof of Cash Accounts Receivable Notes Receivable Loan Receivable Receivable Financing Inventories Inventory Valuation Biological Assets Inventory Estimation Financial Assets at Fair Value Investment in Equity Securities Investment in Associate Financial Assets at Amortized Cost Property.

computer) Recaps lessons before going to another  4 lesson Conducts pre-quiz (quiz before  3 discussion) Promotes active recitation  3 Gives seatwork/assignment  4 Challenges students to think "outside of  4 the box" Discusses lesson in a simple yet  4 understandable manner  Discussion is up to date to latest 3 accounting standards. principles and methods .Methods of professor's teaching VALUE PATTERN Uses other books/references  4 Uses multimedia for discussion  4 (projector.

         F 18 Ex: M or F .Strongly Agree 1. and VALUE fields only. Plant and Equipment Government Grant Borrowing Cost Land. AGE.Disagree 3 . GENDER: AGE: 1 .Strongly Disagree 2 .Neutral 4 . Building and Machinery Depreciation Depletion Revaluation Impairment of Assets VALUE 3 4 4 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 4 3 3 4 4 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 PATTERN                          2.Agree 5 .                          FINAC1 lessons Framework of Accounting Financial Statements Cash and Cash Equivalents Bank Reconciliation Proof of Cash Accounts Receivable Notes Receivable Loan Receivable Receivable Financing Inventories Inventory Valuation Biological Assets Inventory Estimation Financial Assets at Fair Value Investment in Equity Securities Investment in Associate Financial Assets at Amortized Cost Property.NOTE: Please fill up GENDER.

Methods of professor's teaching VALUE PATTERN Uses other books/references  4 Uses multimedia for discussion  5 (projector. principles and methods . computer) Recaps lessons before going to another  4 lesson Conducts pre-quiz (quiz before  3 discussion) Promotes active recitation  4 Gives seatwork/assignment  4 Challenges students to think "outside of  4 the box" Discusses lesson in a simple yet  4 understandable manner  Discussion is up to date to latest 4 accounting standards.

GENDER: AGE: 1 . Building and Machinery Depreciation Depletion Revaluation Impairment of Assets VALUE 2 2 5 5 5 3 3 3 5 3 3 5 5 5 3 3 3 5 3 3 5 3 3 3 3 PATTERN                          2.NOTE: Please fill up GENDER.Strongly Agree 1.Neutral 4 . and VALUE fields only.          M 18 Ex: M or F . AGE. Plant and Equipment Government Grant Borrowing Cost Land.Strongly Disagree 2 .                          FINAC1 lessons Framework of Accounting Financial Statements Cash and Cash Equivalents Bank Reconciliation Proof of Cash Accounts Receivable Notes Receivable Loan Receivable Receivable Financing Inventories Inventory Valuation Biological Assets Inventory Estimation Financial Assets at Fair Value Investment in Equity Securities Investment in Associate Financial Assets at Amortized Cost Property.Disagree 3 .Agree 5 .

principles and methods . computer) Recaps lessons before going to another  5 lesson Conducts pre-quiz (quiz before  3 discussion) Promotes active recitation  5 Gives seatwork/assignment  5 Challenges students to think "outside of  5 the box" Discusses lesson in a simple yet  5 understandable manner  Discussion is up to date to latest 5 accounting standards.Methods of professor's teaching VALUE PATTERN Uses other books/references  5 Uses multimedia for discussion  5 (projector.

GENDER: AGE: 1 .                          FINAC1 lessons Framework of Accounting Financial Statements Cash and Cash Equivalents Bank Reconciliation Proof of Cash Accounts Receivable Notes Receivable Loan Receivable Receivable Financing Inventories Inventory Valuation Biological Assets Inventory Estimation Financial Assets at Fair Value Investment in Equity Securities Investment in Associate Financial Assets at Amortized Cost Property.Agree 5 .NOTE: Please fill up GENDER.Strongly Agree 1.Disagree 3 . AGE.Strongly Disagree 2 . and VALUE fields only. Plant and Equipment Government Grant Borrowing Cost Land.Neutral 4 .          F 18 Ex: M or F . Building and Machinery Depreciation Depletion Revaluation Impairment of Assets VALUE 3 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 PATTERN                          2.

computer) Recaps lessons before going to another  4 lesson Conducts pre-quiz (quiz before  3 discussion) Promotes active recitation  3 Gives seatwork/assignment  4 Challenges students to think "outside of  4 the box" Discusses lesson in a simple yet  4 understandable manner  Discussion is up to date to latest 4 accounting standards. principles and methods .Methods of professor's teaching VALUE PATTERN Uses other books/references  3 Uses multimedia for discussion  4 (projector.

and VALUE fields only. Plant and Equipment Government Grant Borrowing Cost Land. Building and Machinery Depreciation Depletion Revaluation Impairment of Assets VALUE 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 PATTERN                          2. AGE.Strongly Disagree 2 .Disagree 3 . GENDER: AGE: 1 .                          FINAC1 lessons Framework of Accounting Financial Statements Cash and Cash Equivalents Bank Reconciliation Proof of Cash Accounts Receivable Notes Receivable Loan Receivable Receivable Financing Inventories Inventory Valuation Biological Assets Inventory Estimation Financial Assets at Fair Value Investment in Equity Securities Investment in Associate Financial Assets at Amortized Cost Property.NOTE: Please fill up GENDER.Strongly Agree 1.Neutral 4 .          Ex: M or F .Agree 5 .

principles and methods .Methods of professor's teaching VALUE PATTERN Uses other books/references  4 Uses multimedia for discussion  3 (projector. computer) Recaps lessons before going to another  2 lesson Conducts pre-quiz (quiz before  3 discussion) Promotes active recitation  3 Gives seatwork/assignment  4 Challenges students to think "outside of  5 the box" Discusses lesson in a simple yet  1 understandable manner  Discussion is up to date to latest 3 accounting standards.

Strongly Disagree 2 .Agree 5 .          Ex: M or F . Building and Machinery Depreciation Depletion Revaluation Impairment of Assets VALUE 3 3 3 4 3 3 4 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 PATTERN                          2.Neutral 4 . AGE.Strongly Agree 1. GENDER: AGE: 1 .Disagree 3 . and VALUE fields only.                          FINAC1 lessons Framework of Accounting Financial Statements Cash and Cash Equivalents Bank Reconciliation Proof of Cash Accounts Receivable Notes Receivable Loan Receivable Receivable Financing Inventories Inventory Valuation Biological Assets Inventory Estimation Financial Assets at Fair Value Investment in Equity Securities Investment in Associate Financial Assets at Amortized Cost Property.NOTE: Please fill up GENDER. Plant and Equipment Government Grant Borrowing Cost Land.

Methods of professor's teaching VALUE PATTERN Uses other books/references  3 Uses multimedia for discussion  3 (projector. principles and methods . computer) Recaps lessons before going to another  3 lesson Conducts pre-quiz (quiz before  3 discussion) Promotes active recitation  3 Gives seatwork/assignment  3 Challenges students to think "outside of  3 the box" Discusses lesson in a simple yet  3 understandable manner  Discussion is up to date to latest 3 accounting standards.

Building and Machinery Depreciation Depletion Revaluation Impairment of Assets VALUE 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 PATTERN                          2.Strongly Disagree 2 . GENDER: AGE: 1 . Plant and Equipment Government Grant Borrowing Cost Land.          F Ex: M or F .Strongly Agree 1. and VALUE fields only.Agree 5 .Neutral 4 .                          FINAC1 lessons Framework of Accounting Financial Statements Cash and Cash Equivalents Bank Reconciliation Proof of Cash Accounts Receivable Notes Receivable Loan Receivable Receivable Financing Inventories Inventory Valuation Biological Assets Inventory Estimation Financial Assets at Fair Value Investment in Equity Securities Investment in Associate Financial Assets at Amortized Cost Property.NOTE: Please fill up GENDER. AGE.Disagree 3 .

principles and methods .Methods of professor's teaching VALUE PATTERN Uses other books/references  5 Uses multimedia for discussion  5 (projector. computer) Recaps lessons before going to another  5 lesson Conducts pre-quiz (quiz before  2 discussion) Promotes active recitation  4 Gives seatwork/assignment  4 Challenges students to think "outside of  4 the box" Discusses lesson in a simple yet  5 understandable manner  Discussion is up to date to latest 5 accounting standards.

NOTE: Please fill up GENDER.Agree 5 .          F 18 Ex: M or F .Disagree 3 .                          FINAC1 lessons Framework of Accounting Financial Statements Cash and Cash Equivalents Bank Reconciliation Proof of Cash Accounts Receivable Notes Receivable Loan Receivable Receivable Financing Inventories Inventory Valuation Biological Assets Inventory Estimation Financial Assets at Fair Value Investment in Equity Securities Investment in Associate Financial Assets at Amortized Cost Property. and VALUE fields only. Building and Machinery Depreciation Depletion Revaluation Impairment of Assets VALUE 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 PATTERN                          2. GENDER: AGE: 1 .Neutral 4 .Strongly Disagree 2 . Plant and Equipment Government Grant Borrowing Cost Land. AGE.Strongly Agree 1.

principles and methods . computer) Recaps lessons before going to another  2 lesson Conducts pre-quiz (quiz before  5 discussion) Promotes active recitation  3 Gives seatwork/assignment  3 Challenges students to think "outside of  3 the box" Discusses lesson in a simple yet  3 understandable manner  Discussion is up to date to latest 3 accounting standards.Methods of professor's teaching VALUE PATTERN Uses other books/references  3 Uses multimedia for discussion  4 (projector.

Neutral 4 . Building and Machinery Depreciation Depletion Revaluation Impairment of Assets VALUE 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 2 4 3 3 4 2 3 3 3 3 3 PATTERN                          2.NOTE: Please fill up GENDER.Disagree 3 .                          FINAC1 lessons Framework of Accounting Financial Statements Cash and Cash Equivalents Bank Reconciliation Proof of Cash Accounts Receivable Notes Receivable Loan Receivable Receivable Financing Inventories Inventory Valuation Biological Assets Inventory Estimation Financial Assets at Fair Value Investment in Equity Securities Investment in Associate Financial Assets at Amortized Cost Property. Plant and Equipment Government Grant Borrowing Cost Land. AGE.          F 18 Ex: M or F . and VALUE fields only.Agree 5 .Strongly Agree 1. GENDER: AGE: 1 .Strongly Disagree 2 .

principles and methods .Methods of professor's teaching VALUE PATTERN Uses other books/references  4 Uses multimedia for discussion  3 (projector. computer) Recaps lessons before going to another  3 lesson Conducts pre-quiz (quiz before  4 discussion) Promotes active recitation  3 Gives seatwork/assignment  4 Challenges students to think "outside of  3 the box" Discusses lesson in a simple yet  4 understandable manner  Discussion is up to date to latest 3 accounting standards.

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